You know you can send email and set up appointments with your brand-new Windows Mobile Pocket PC. But were you also aware that you can download radio shows and record TV programs? That you can use that handheld as a universal remote?
If you're like most people, probably not. That's because with little or no documentation, few people understand what the new generation of Pocket PCs are truly capable of. Enter Pocket PC: Visual QuickStart Guide. In this visual, task-based reference, C. P. Collins and Tracy Brown help readers get up to speed quickly on everything they can do with their Pocket Pcs--checking multiple email accounts, synchronizing with popular business applications, connecting to large-screen monitors for presentations, downloading radio shows and audio books, playing games, recording TV shows, even using them as universal remotes! Experienced users will be amazed at what they didn't know about these popular devices, and novices will soon be taking advantage of the communications and multimedia capabilities at their fingertips. Straightforward, step-by-step instructions combined with loads of visual aids make this Visual QuickStart Guide the fastest, easiest route to Pocket PC proficiency.
The book includes a chapter on how to get on-line, and you guessed it: parts of the Bluetooth configuration shown in the book were used by Collins with permission from Geekzone, directly from our Bluetooth Guides.